Frequently Asked Questions

Saturday 26th April 2025 (this is a provisional date subject to change and permissions)

Anyone over the age of 18 can take part.

You can register for Ride Dingle from the link on the home page of this website.

We will announce here and on our other online platforms when Ride Dingle 2025 is open for registration. Sign up for our Newsletter to be first to find out

Standard Entry: 

55k – €55
120k – €75

Booking fee €4
All non-Cycling Ireland members must take out once-off insurance (see Cycling Ireland website for details)

Subject to change.

  • Customised finisher medal
  • Food and water stops on course
  • Free post race celebration and hot food
  • A great atmosphere and a fun day out
  • Fully-marshalled course
  • First aid facilities

No registration will not be available on the day.

Event packs collection will be available Friday evening and Saturday morning.  Collection times and location will be posted here soon.

If you would like to make changes to your registration (i.e. transfer your place to next year etc.) please email

However, please note that 3 weeks before the event we can no longer enable transfers, name changes, changes to waves, or any other such changes relating to your registration.

Contained in your event pack that you pick up at registration either the day before or on the day of the event is:

  • Detailed route map
  • Bike plate
  • Cycle wristband

A Ride Dingle jersey is not included in your registration, but can be bought at our pop-up shop during the event.

Start area: Dingle Marina

Finish Area: Dingle Marina

There is one official start start of 8:00am

Cyclists will not be permitted to start before 8am – support, food stops and medical services will not be operational before then.

There will be dedicated car parks available, follow signage and marshal’s instructions.

There will be road closures for this event. This will be communicated with participants in advance and well publicised. Participants must obey the rules of the road at all times.

See a full list of 2023 road closures here

55KM: An Gaeltacht GAA

120KM: Dingle 56km, Camp 86km

  • Your bike must be roadworthy and in good working order
  • Helmet (every cyclist is required the wear a helmet)
  • Water and snacks
  • Spare tubes and pump
  • Mobile phone and emergency phone number
  • Windproof top – it’s not uncommon to get 4 seasons in one day in Ireland
  • Fully functioning bike lights

Be prepared for all weather conditions.

Each participant will be given an emergency phone number in advance of the event. Ring this number and a member of the first aid team will be dispatched to you as soon as possible.

Participants should carry a spare tube, pump and know how the fix a puncture. If you are unable to fix your bike please ring the emergency number provided on the day.